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Re: Windows: XML import problems due to strange blanks in LilyPond 2.19.
Re: Windows: XML import problems due to strange blanks in LilyPond 2.19.82 (Win)
Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:38:08 +0100
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Am 15.01.19 um 10:34 schrieb address@hidden:
Thank you, Carl, for all your research!
Normally I'm a searcher and not a questioner, but I hadn't researched
StemUp/Down syndrome extensively yet, so I simply added it as a
postscript to my more problematic concern, since I also saw it as an
XML import error and not as a feature.
I tried the command line options --nsd/--no-stem-directions and they
worked perfectly. It wouldn't be bad to add the new options to the
official documentation, or is it just for the stable version?
doesn't document --nsd, so that should be considered a bug.
Am 15.01.2019 um 05:36 schrieb Carl Sorensen:
On 1/14/19, 9:32 PM, "Carl Sorensen" <address@hidden> wrote:
On 1/14/19, 11:11 AM, "address@hidden"
PS Windows+Mac: StemUp/Downs appear everywhere
after the import, this
was not the case with older LilyPond versions, e.g. 2.19.31,
still use on my Windows system because of the errors listed
know that would probably be another separate issue).
Further searching for philomelos (which was a
fork of musicxml2ly that was apparently reintegrated into lilypond in
the commit I referenced earlier) led to the following:
which contains the following in its release notes:
added the command line options --nsd / --no-stem-directions
to ignore stem direction indications given in MusicXML, and use
lilypond's automatic stemming instead.
You might try using the command option --no-stem-directions
or --nsd and see if that eliminates the spurious stem direction
And LilyPond issue #4751
confirms that the stem directions and the new command-line option
were added as part of 2.19.44
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Re: Windows: XML import problems due to strange blanks in LilyPond 2.19.82 (Win), Carl Sorensen, 2019/01/14